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BJPs Delhi Dilemma

Candidate nominations for the much-awaited elections in Delhi have been filed. The Aam Aadmi Party, which swept the polls bagging all but three seats in 2015, is hoping to retain power on the back. - Posted on : 30-January-2020

NEW DELHI ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2020

In 2015 Delhi Assembly elections, the total percentage of voters in New Delhi Assembly Constituency was recorded as 64.14 percent.

In 2015, Arvind Kejriwal of Aam Aadmi Party won the seat by defeating Nupur Sharma from Bharatiya Janta Party with a margin of 31583 votes.
New Delhi Assembly constituency is falling under New Delhi Lok sabha constituency. In 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Meenakashi Lekhi won from New Delhi Lok Sabha (MP) Seat with the margin of 256504 votes by defeating Ajay Makan from Indian National Congress. - Posted on : 30-January-2020

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Election schedule

The election commission has announced the dates for Delhi Assembly Election 2020. As per ECI, the voting will be conducted in a single phase on February 8. The counting of votes will be conducted on February 11. According to the latest update, there are 1.46 Crore eligible voters for the Delhi election 2020.

There are 70 constituencies in the Delhi Legislative Assembly. The term of the current assembly ends on 22 February 2020. In Delhi assembly election 2015, AAP had won 67 seats while BJP was winner on 3 seats.

With the announcement of the election schedule, the model code of conduct will be effective immediately in Delhi. There are a total of 13,750 polling stations for Delhi Assembly Election 2020. The election commission will deploy about 90,000 officers for conducting elections. For this election, voters will be provided with QR code enabled voter slips which will aid in speeding up the polling process. - Posted on : 20-January-2020

The politics and economics of freebies

With the Delhi Assembly elections now only weeks away, a familiar political issue has reared its head, and judging from the latest exchange between Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh and Bharatiya Janata Party MP Gautam Gambhir, promises to linger all the way up to the day ballots are cast. Earlier in the week, Gambhir took aim at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwals “freebie” schemes alleging that the state government was negligent in doling out free utilities to the capitals electorate, suggesting instead that those who could afford to pay them, must pay at least nominal charges.

Delhis BJP chief Manoj Tiwari doubled down on Gambhirs accusation, going so far as to call AAPs schemes an “election gimmick.” AAP MP Singh was quick to retort to Gambhir accusing the BJP leadership of being “anti-development and regressive.” Singh also stated that AAP government, if voted to power for a successive term, would continue to provide the free services for another 60 months, stressing their importance especially as the nation itself experiences a prolonged economic slowdown. - Posted on : 18-January-2020

Lal Bahadur Shastris grandson joins Congress

AAP snubbed Shastri and instead fielded Vinay Kumar Mishra, a former Congress leader and the son of former Congress MP Mahabal Mishra for the upcoming polls, from the seat, from the seat.

Vinay Kumar was given the ticket within a day of joining the Arvind Kejriwal-led party.

Earlier, a report claimed that the AAP’s list came as a shocker to Shastri as he was told Kejriwal to continue with his campaign for the party.

"He was told that he will recontest. The list came as a shock. The MLA was not in the loop about the process," an IANS report said quoting a source close to Shastri. - Posted on : 18-January-2020

BJPs list of candidates likely today

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to publish its candidate list for the forthcoming Delhi Assembly polls by 4.30 pm on Friday. It is reliably learnt that unlike municipal elections, when the BJP replaced all the sitting councillors, it is likely to retain all the candidates who contested in 2015 for the Delhi Assembly polls. A final decision on the list of candidates was taken by the BJPs central election committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.

"I say almost 40 per cent will get a chance again. These are party workers who have been working for years. The 2015 elections were different," a senior party leader was quoted as saying by news agency ANI. According to insiders, no one above 75 years of age will be given a ticket. The list is also likely to include councillors.

In 2017, during the municipal elections, the BJP brought in fresh faces to counter the anti-incumbency, a strategy that yielded results and helped the party return to power in the municipal corporations.

Also read: BJP announces first list with 57 names; Kapil Mishra fielded from Model Town

"The list that will be released in the evening will be a mix of old contestants and councillors. No Member of Parliament would be contesting," sources told ANI.

The party leader further said that the party may not have a CM face in the run-up to the elections. "This time there would be none. Our sole focus is to win the election and we see a fair chance of gaining over the AAP. Better management and teamwork can end our exile of more 20 years," he said. - Posted on : 17-January-2020

Trouble for Alka Lamba

A lot is happening in the national capital in the run-up to the 2020 Delhi Assembly elections. While the Aam Aadmi Party is set to make a comeback to power, as per opinion polls, the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party have their eyes set on the Chief Minister’s post.

This election is also a bit about defected leaders and shifted allegiances. One such case is of Alka Lamba, the former Member of Legislative Assembly from Chandni Chowk Vidhan Sabha constituency.

Lamba switched to the Congress after being expelled from Aam Aadmi Party and was eyeing a ticket from the same constituency she won from in 2015. But former Congress Member of Parliament, JP Agarwal, claimed that it was his seat and he is the rightful contestant from the constituency. - Posted on : 16-January-2020

Manish Sisodia sold AAP ticket for Rs 21 crore

In a shocking allegation against the Aam Aadmi Party ahead of Delhi Assembly Elections 2020, Narayan Dutt Sharma, the former AAP MLA from Badarpur, on Tuesday claimed that Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia sold election ticket for Rs 21 crore.

Sharma further said that he has resigned from the party.

Talking to Times Now today, Sharma alleged that the AAP gave the ticket to former Congress leader Ram Singh Netaji to contest from Badarpur in exchange for Rs 20-21 crore.

He further claimed that Sisodia called him at his residence on Friday evening and told him to give Rs 10 crore in order to get the ticket. He also alleged that Sisodia told him that the person who wanted the ticket has already offered to give Rs 21 crore. - Posted on : 15-January-2020

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